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.Life in the Extreme Activity

.Life in the Extreme Activity .Life in the Extreme Activity

Participants are each given one of 14 examples of extremophiles organisms found in some of the toughest conditions on Earth. They sort themselves into groups according to the various preferences of their organisms. Finally, they discover that all known life on Earth requires liquid water to survive and grow.

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